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Full text of "Catalogue of the first portion of the valuable collection of modern pictures and water-colour drawings, lately the property of Messrs. Murrieta"

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THE 



MURRIETA COLLECTION 



The Sale of the Second Portion of the Collection will take 
place on Saturday. May 14, and Monday, May 16, 1892, 



OA.T^.LOG-TJjB 



OF 



THE FIRST PORTION OF 

THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

MODERN PICTURES, 



AND 



fiEato-rnhwr Brahrings, 



LATELY THE PROPERTY OF THE 



MESSRS. MURRIETA: 



WHICH 

mill be Sola bg auction 

(WITHOUT RESERVE), by 

Messrs. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS, 

AT THKm G&SiLT ROOMS, 
8, KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE, 

On SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1892, 

AND 

MONDAY, MAY 2, 1892, 

AND IfOLLOWIING I> A Y, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 

May be viewed Three Days preceding, and Catalogues had, at 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods' Offices, 8, King Street, 
St. James's Square, S. W. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to he the Buyer ; and if any dispute arise 
hetwecn two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall he 
immediately put up again and re-sold. 

II. No person to advance less than Is. ; ahove Five Pounds, 5s. ; and 
so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneer 

shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

IV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, and 

to pay down 5s. in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase-Money, if required ; in default of 
which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put 
up aga;n and re-sold. 

Y. The Lots to be taken away and paid for, whether genuine and 
authentic or not, with all faults or errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two days from the Sale 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of 
or any fault or defect in, any Lot, and making no warranty 
whatever. 

VI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
removed during the time of Sale ; and the remainder of the 
Purchase- Money must absolutely be paid on the delivery. 

VII. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the 
Money deposited in part of payment shall bo forfeited ; all 
Lots uncleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by 
public or private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending 
6uch re-sale shall be made good by the Defaulter at this Sale. 



CATALOGUE. 



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First Day's Sale. 
On SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 18 ( J2, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

SIR F. W. BURTON, 1865. 

o 1 A NEAPOLITAN GIRL 
20 in. by 14 in. 



SIR F. W. BURTON, 1870. 

^ p~2 LA ROMANINA 

/ 24 in. by 2 J in. 

From the Quilter Collection, 1875 

D. COX. 
/ \3 S^O 3 GOING TO THE HAYFIELD 
24 in. by 34 in. 

From the Collection of Lady Buxton 

Exhibited at the Old Water-Colour Society, 1851 

Exhibited at the Liverpool Art Club, 1875 

R 2 



D. COX. 

J ( \rv 4 BAEDEN TOWER 

24 in. by 34 in. 

From the Collection of Lady Buxton 

Exhibited at the Old Water-Colour Society, 1849 

Exhibited at the Liverpool Art Club, 1875 



D. COX. 
<-> ^ ^ 5 A Welsh Cornfield, with reapers 
18 in. by 30 in. 



D. COX, 1849. 
^9-0 6 THE ROAD BY THE WOOD: man on pack-horse 
20 in. by 18 in. 



D. COX, 1843. 
yu i; 7 A WELSH LANDSCAPE, with children and fowls 
18 in. by 27 in. 



D. COX. 

j / 8 A Landscape, with cornfield and two waggons 
' 12 in. by 18 in. 



D. COX. 

/ 9 A Landscape, with river : cows drinking 

11 in. by 15 in. 



D. COX, 1830. 
/ ^ \J 10 The Terkaoe, Haddon Hall : In the Olden Times 
10 in. by 14 in. 



D. COX. 

> (i j— * H ^he Hay-waggon 

11 in. by 19 in. 



D. COX. 
O ad 12 In the Meadows 
' 9 in. by 13 tn. 

D. COX. 
Z') O 13 Calais old Pier 



9^ tn. by 14 in. 



E. DUNCAN, 1869. 
/ J"~ 14 The Shipwreck : St. Abb's Head 
30 in. by 25 in. 



COPLEY FIELDING. 

i £ ^v 15 A GRAND SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE, with mouutains 
30 in. by 44 in. 

Exhibited at the Old Water-Colour Society, 1849 



COPLEY FIELDING, 1842. 
/JT 16 OFF STAFFA 

12 in. by 16 in. 



COPLEY FIELDING, 1839. 
/ g~0 17 Off Dover 

10 in. by 14 in. 

Exhibited at the Leeds Exhibition, 18C8 



COPLEY FIELDING, 1852. 

j ,, \ — 18 Off the Isle of Wight 
11 in. by 15 in. 

COPLEY FIELDING. 

£*- ^~ 19 On the Sussex Downs : early morning, cattle and peasant on a 
road 

10 in. by 18 in. 

COPLEY FIELDING, 1853. 

/ u~o 20 In Sussex 

7 in. by 10 in. 

COPLEY FIELDING. 

I (j a 21 Inverary 

7 in. by 10£ in. 



T. FAED, R.A., 1872. 



^ o 22 Highland Girl, with dogs 
' 12 in. by 8 in. 



T. FAED, R.A. 
O- -J 23 A Highland Lassie 
12 in. by 8 in. 



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BIRKET FOSTER. 

O 24 The Banks op a River, with sheep coming to drink 

11 in. by 16 in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 



J p-o 25 Spring-time : gathering buttercups and daises 
11 in, by 16 in, 




BIRKET FOSTER. 

jf J o 26 A COUNTRY LANE : children and ducks in the foreground 
13^ in. by 28 in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 



£4 o 27 IN THE HAYFIELD 
16 in. by 31 in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 

£j O 28 In the Meadows towards Evening : girl crossing a rustic 
footbridge 

9 in. by 13£ in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 

J~T? 29 A Landscape, with cattle : sunset 
8 in. by 13 in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 

(y '£ — 30 Children on the Cliff, at Whitley 
8 in. by 20 in. 



SIR J. GILBERT, R.A. 

I Q—\D 31 The Story of the Suit of Armour 
15 in. by 22 in. 

Exhibited at the old Water-Colour Society, 1869 



SIR J. GILBERT, R.A., 1865 

^ i 32 " Laura Presenting Gil Blas to Arsenia " 
' Oil Bias,' Book 3, c. 9 
15 in. by 22 in. 




3 



F. GOODALL, R.A, 1861. 

2_irxD 33 ELEAZAR AND REBECCA 
29 in. by 21 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1864. 

I frO 34 A STREET SCENE IN CAIRO 
27 in. by 36 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A. 
/ <3 O 35 Rebecca at the Well 
21 in. by 33 in. 

CARL HAAG, 1864. 

/ (, ^^ 36 A Moorish Interior 

13£ in. by 19| in. 

CARL HAAG, 1867. 

/ v q 37 Woman and Child on a Camel 
20£ in. by 14J in. 

CARL HAAG, 1869. 

2_^3> S~ 38 A Bedaween Sheikh 

19 J in. by 13f in. 

CARL HAAG, 1864. 

/ a D 39 THE ENTRANCE TO A MOSQUE 
' 25 in. by 15 in. 

CARL HAAG, 1866. 

/ "} o 40 Happiness in the Desert 
/ Original study for the 'picture 

10 in. by 20 in. 




L. HAGHE, 1868. 

O'Q 41 Interior of a Cuurou 
2 ~i in. by 19 in. 

W. HUNT. 

[A 

7 in. by 11 in. 



/ ) J 42 Grapes and Pomeoranatk 



W. HUNT. 



p_ / O 43 Bird's Nest and Primroses 
7 in. by 11 in. 



S. PROUT. 

2 6 <T~ 44 LE GROS HORLOGE, Rouen 

21 in. by 19 in. 
Engraved 

S. PROUT. 

/ J ° 45 PORCH OF CHARTRES CATHEDRAL 

22 in. by 18 in. 

F. TAYLElt, 1865. 

/J~vl 46 The Otter Hunt 

14 in. by 24 in. 



F. TATLER, 1868. 

/ ^_ O 47 A Gallop Ovjr thb Sand-hills 
15* in. by 28 in. 



10 



F. TAYLEE, 1860. 
/ O S 48 Carting Bracken, in the Highlands 
23 in. by 27 in. 

F. TAYLER, 1862. 
C. -5 49 Thk Gamekeeper's Daughter 
21 in. by 29 in. 



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F. W. TOPHAM, 1866. 
O 50 Spanibh Gossips at a Well, Seville 
16 in. by 22 in. 



J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

J 3 ° 51 PENMAEN MAWR, North Wales 
12 in. by 17 in. 

Engraved in the Engiand and Wales 
From the Collection of Mr. T. L. Clare, 1868 

P. DE WINT. 

/ C u 52 HARLECH CASTLE 
23 in. by 34 in. 

P. DE WINT. 
6 trv 53 VIEW OF CAMBRIDGE 

18 inl by 32 in. 



P. DE WINT. 



/ J-C7 54 NEWARK BRIDGE 
20 in. by 30 in. 



11 

P. DE WINT. 

J 7_o 55 Mountainous Landscape, with river 
13 in. by 19 in. 



P. DE WINT. 

^ . 56 A Landscape, with river : unloading a barge 

/ 13 in. by 21 in. 



PICTURES. 

K. BEAVIS. 

31 57 A North Sea Coaster, on the Med way : fresh breeze 
25 in. by 36 in. 

G. H. BOUGHTON, A.R.A. 

I bo 58 The Last of the Mayflower 

20 in. by 30 in. 



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G. H. BOUGHTON, A.R.A. 

o 59 Morning on a Dutch Eiver : Neptune and Venus 
17 tn. by 13 in. 



^V 



G. H. BOUGHTON, A.R.A. 
60 A Puritan Maiden 
13 in. by 9 in. 



G. H. BOUGHTON, A.R.A. 
f i/~0 61 Confidences 

18 in. by 36 in. 



12 



R P. BOMNGTON. 

"~? t q 62 Fishing-boats in a Calm 
13.^ in. by 12 in. 



P. H. CALDERON, R.A. 

/ U i~ 63 SIGHING HIS SOUL INTO HIS LADY'S FACE 
27 in. by 47 in. 
Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1869 

J. CONSTABLE, R.A. 

/ .V"^""" 64 A Landscape, with cattle under trees 
10 in. by 13 tn. 

J. CONSTABLE, R.A. 

I it~X) 65 A Landscape, with cottages and trees 
10 in. by 13 in. 

J. CONSTABLE, E.A. 

I ( 66 Hampstead Heath 

6^ tn. by 11 tn. 

E. W. COOKE, R.A., 1864. 
~^J O 67 Sta Elena, on the Lagunes, Venice 
8 in. by 14 tn. 

E. CROFTS, A.RA. 
C^ V 68 Soldiers at a Forge 
10 tn. by 15 in. 

D. COX, 1849. 

(, s~LTO 69 THE VALE 0F CLWYD > North WaleB 
36 in. by 56 tn. 

Engraved by Brunet-I)ebaines. 



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D. COX, 18 in. 

// 3 70 REAPERS RETURNING HOME, Vale of Clwyd 
36 in. by 56 in. 



D. COX, 1842. 

J-JTO 71 HARLECH CASTLE, North Wales 
23 in. by 33 in. 



D. COX. 

^ ({ O 72 MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE, with shepherd and sheep 
23 tn. by 33 tn. 



D. COX. 

~3i tf 73 A WELSH MOUNTAIN STREAM 
21 in. by 29 in. 



D. COX. 

3 / *3 74 A WELSH RIVER, with wateraill and bridge 
18 in. by 24 in. 



D. COX. 1844. 

33 v 75 CALAIS PIER: WAITING FOR THE FISHING-BOATS 
17 in. by 29 in. 



D. COX. 
(i irO 76 WELSH LANDSCAPE, with shepherdess and sheep 
25Jj in, by 31^ in. 



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~p°- D. COX, 1851. 

JTS~C> 77 PONT-Y-PAIR, Bettws-y-Coed 
18 in. by 24 in. 

D. COX, 1849. 

/ Q-O 78 A Welsh Landscape, with windmill 
13 in. by 18 in. 

D. COX, 1846. 

2_ (T~u 79 Dudley Castle 

13 in. by 20 in 

D. COX. 

yy J~ 80 A Mountainous Landscape 
10 in. by 15 in. 



//« 



I). COX. 



£?~ 6? 81 Hakborne Church 

17 «'n. by 12 t'n. 



D. COX, 1851. 
82 A Rough Eoad 

11 in. by 14 in. 

V. COX, 1843. 

y 3 <J 83 A Landscape, open country, figures and cattle returning from 

market 

10 \ in. by 16 in. 



V 



If) 



D. COX. 



I 81 A Road by a Common: windy day 

8 in. by 12 in. 



D. COX, 1840. 



i y U 85 A Landscape, with g'psies' tent 
9 in. by 15 in. 



W. P. FEITH, E.A. 

4^L O 86 Sobne FROM " Le BOURGEOIS GeNTILHOxMME " 
9 in. by 12 in. 

T. FAED, R.A. 

S~<i- "° 87 Worn Out 

21 in. by 30 in. 

■ 

W. P. FRITH, E.A., 1866. 

/[O 88 Measuring Heights — from the ' Vicar of Wakefield ' 

12 in. by 20 in. 

LUKE F1LDES, R.A., 1884. 

I (po 89 Sophia 

13 in. by 9 in. 

SIR JOHN GILBERT, R.A., la73. 

(— / 90 Don Quixote and Sancho Panza 
18 in. by 27 m. 

F. GOODALL, R.A. 



(. ) 91 A Nubian Musician 
^~ 15 »b. by 21 in. 



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F. GOODALL, R.A., 1861. 

JTl<r 92 Slavh Dealers on the Banks op the Nile 
15 in. by 21 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1859-70. 

j~ Ci 93 An Arab School 

17 in. by 22 en. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1887. 

I I 94 Calypso 

27 in. by 21 in. 

F. GOODALL, E.A., 1867. 

ij ff 95 Hagab and Isbmael in the Desebt 
14 in. by 30 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1863. 
27 t—L 96 A Nubian Musician 



P. GRAHAM, R.A., 1871. 
vith peas 
37 in. by 55 in. 

P. GRAHAM, R.A. 



~~J rf O 97 A Landscape, with peasants driving sheep along a road 



V Ul O 98 A Highland Spate 

19 in. by 23 in. 



C. NAPIER HEMY. 

/ (/^V 99 Shields Harbour : Herring boats towing in 
35 in. by 56 in. 

Exhibited at the Paris Universal Exhibition, 1878 



17 

/ J. HOPPNER, R.A. 

l_^_ o Ma A GIRL WITH A DOG 
30 in. by 24 in. 

J. HOLLAND, 1844. 

/Go 100 CAPPELLA DEL ROSARIO, Chiesa dei S.S. Giovanni e 
Paolo, Venice 
50 in. by 40 in. 
Painted for Samuel Cartwright, Esq. 

J. HOLLAND. 

3 ( O 101 A Canal Scene in Venice 
15 in. by 22 in. 

J. E. HODGSON, R.A., 1873. 



3 •-/■ 102 The Bead-seller 

15 in. by 11 in. 



COLIN HUNTER, A.R.A., 1871. 

73 103 Fishing-boats waiting for the Tide : twilight 
27 in. by 47 in. 



COLIN HUNTER, A.R.A. 

/ y 6 104 Hauling in the Net 
24 in. by 42 in. 

C. E. JOHNSON. 
(j {j 105 The Deer Park 

70 in. by 51 t'n. 



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F. R. LEE, R.A. 

^ 106 An Avenue 

9 1 in. by 12 in, — on panel 



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/*' J. LINNELL, 1862. 

J—J~t? 107 HARVEST-TIME 



18 in. bv 24 in. 

J. LINNELL, 1863. 



LyLQ 5~ 108 MILKING-TIME 

30 in. by 26 m. 



J. LINNELL. 



(i "l__0 109 A Landscape, with peasants and children on a road 
20J in. by 26 in. 



J. LINNELL, 1846. 



fl J 110 A Landscape, with boy fishing 

15 in. by 11£ in. 



J. LINNELL, 1829. 

•r £_17 111 A River Scene, men with eel-pots in a punt 

9h in. by 15 in. 



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J. LINNELL. 

j- — 112 A Coast Scene- sunset 

7 in. by 9 in. — on panel 

J. LINNELL. 



/ (r \j 113 Sheep at Eest : minding the flock 

6£ in. by 9^ m. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, Old Masters Exhibition, 
1883 

W. E. LOCKHART, R.S.A. 

// y~ 114 Scene from Bride of Lammbrmoor 
40 in. by 36 in. 




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SEYMOUR LUOAS, A.R.A., 1886. 
ff-Q 115 A Quiet Chat 

15 in. by 12 in. 



SEYMOUR LUCAS, A.R.A. 
^~2_ 116 Peter the Great at Deptford 
29 in. by 22 in. 
Original finished Study for the large Picture 

SEYMOUR LUCAS, A.R.A., 1879. 
J~2- 117 The Toper 

Engraved 

24 in. by 18 in. 

SEYMOUR LUCAS, A.R.A. 

S~tTO 11*8 A Whip for Van Tromp : the Admiralty, 1652 
64 in. by 49 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1883 

E. LONG, R.A. 
"2_ i 119 An Egyptian Woman 
13 in. by 9 in. 

H. MOORE, A.R.A. 

/ 3 120 Binding Sheavps : mid-day 
8 in. by 20 in. 

H. MOORE, A.R.A. 
2_Ll 121 A Grey Day 

8 in. by 20 in. 

G. MORLAND. 



J-^ 121a A COUNTRY SCENE, with pond 
12 in. by 16 in 



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A. 
/" 122 A Tale 

\ 33^ in. by 12 in. 


MOORE. 


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1 123 The End of the Story 
33^ in. by 12 in. 


MOORE. 



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F. MORGAN. 

a 124 Meadowsweet 

20 in. by 14 in. 
Engraved by A. Jacquet 



HAMILTON MACALLUM. 

3 O 125 FlSHING-ROATS ON A LoOH 

W. MtJLLER. 

^(/~xj 126 A Rocky Stream: North Wales 

18 in. by 29 in. 

W. MtJLLER, 1839. 

^? -T" 127 View on Durdham Down, near Bristol 
9 in. by 12 in. 

P. NASMTTH, 1829. 

q? 3 o 128 A Woody Landscape, with figures 
12 in. by 16 in. 



V. NASMYTH, 1825. 

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, O 129 A Landscape, with windoiill : stormy sky 



12 in. by 16 in. 

J. PETTIE, R.A. 



\~~Q^ 130 The Dairymaid 

28 in. by 20 



21 

J. PETTIE, R.A., 1866. 



3> S^ 131 The Cardinal 



D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1844. 
132 THE HIGH ALTAR OF ROUEN CATHEDRAL 
50 in. by 42 in. 

W. SHAW, 1881. 



/ j 1 !? 133 The Sea, with waves breaking on a rock 
36 in. by 60 in. 



G. VINCENT. 

(y Q^ 134 A Lane, with gipsies 
17£ in. by 23 in. 

J. STARK. 

i L_ 135 The Sluice: Trump's Mill, Virginia Water 
11 n. by 14 in. — on panel 

J. STARK. 
^ (j-X) 136 A Norfolk Landscape 

15 in. by 11 in. — on panel 

J. STARK, 1844. 

L/ 6 137 In the Park : cattle and figures 
18 in. by 24 in. 

J. STARK. 

/ y O 138 A Woody Landscape, with flock, of sheep 
10 in. by 14 in. — on panel 

J. STARK 

,-j — 139 PANSHANGER, near Hertford 
29 in. by 37 in. 



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C. STANF1ELD, R.A. 



LlI,$— uo DORDRECHT 

26 in. by 39 in. 



C. STANFIELD, R.A. 
tf^'i JT^ 141 ON THE ZUYDER-ZEE 

26 in. by 39 in. 

C. STANFIELD, R.A. 1861. 

^J"7__ 142 A Disabled Fishing-boat, and steam tug off the coast 
8 in. by 10 in. 

C. STANFIELD, R.A. 

-^ •? \j 143 A Coast Scene, with cliffs, rough sea : ship iu distress 
16 in. by 20 in. — on panel 

C. STANFIELD, R.A 

K 3 U 144 A Coast Scene, with jetty and fishing-boats 
16 in. by 20 in. — on panel 

A. STOKES. 

A y 145 A Landscape, with cattle : windy day 

36 in. by 48 in. 

L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A. 

I -3 u-O 146 UN AMATEUR ROMAIC (Empire) 
29 in. by 40 in. 
Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1870 

L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A., 1871. 

(* ,__j^ 147 ETRUSCAN VASE PAINTERS 
16 in. by 11 in. 



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r°' L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A 

n tr-v 118 ANTISTIUS LABEON: a Roman amateur artist, about a.d. 75 

26 in. by 38 in —panel 

Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery Special Exhibition, 1883 



L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A. 

Q^l 149 UN JONGLEUR 

31 in. by 20 in. — on panel 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1870 

L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A., 1868. 

/ If irv 150 A PATRON OF SCULPTURE 

32 in. by 22 in.— on panel 

L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A. 

t-f ^ ° 151 VESPASIAN, bearing from one of bis Generals (a Gaul), of tbc 
taking of Jerusalem by bis 6on Titus, a.d. 70 
Exhibited at Paris Universal Exhibition, 1867 
20 in. by 15 in. 

G. VINCENT. 

s ^ 152 Beachy Head and tbe Martello Towers, looking over Hastings 
from Fairligbt 
18 in. by 22 in.— on panel 

From the Collection of J. E. Davis 



W. L. WYLLIE, A.R.A. 

"2_Q^ 153 Launching the Lifeboat 
18 in. by 32 in. 



End of First Day's Sale. 



Second Day's Sale. 



3X«0« 



On MONDAY, MAY 2, 1892, 



AT ONH O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



o5*<P- 



WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

/■ MRS. ALLINGHAM. 

/ 3 -^ 154 Mowers 

S. AUSTEN. 
Q^ 155 Selling Fish on the Beach 

From the Quitter Collection 



G. BARRET. 

156 Mountainous Landscape, with drove of cattle 



G. BARRET. 
"?S" 157 A Landscape, with herdsman and cattle under trceH 

R. BEAVIS. 

/ -\ 158 The Timber Sleigh 



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W. BENNETT. 
/ p ^__ 1 5 9 t Haymaking : Wales 



W. BENNETT. 
/ "2_^ 160 River Scene, with bridge : men in punt 

W. BENNETT. 
y^~) 161 Mountainous Landscape, with river : cattle drinking 



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W. BENNETT. 

; j~ 162 Park Scene, with house and figures 

MRS. COLEMAN ANGELL. 
f 163 Dewberries 
2_ \a 164 Green Nuts and Bramble Blossom 
/ (/ 165 Wild Convolvulus and Dewberries 
/• (_/ 166 Dead Titmouse 
/ t? '<_ 167 Chrysanthemum Blossom 
j— 168 Azalea Blossom 
J"4_ 169 Wild Flowers 
/3 'v. 170 Christmas Roses and Marigolds 
<9 171 Ox-eyed Daisies 
/, 172 Ox-kyed Daises 
£•- 173 Apples 
/ %_ ^174 Gladiolus and Flox 
7 175 Green Filberts 
9^ 176 Green Wheat and Wild Floweks 



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/ 7 177 Field Flowers 
?%■ 178 Dead Wild Duck 
p- 'f_ 179 Babbit Eating Wild Celery 
"3 tf 180 Whijk and Yellow Azaleas in a Vase 
P «- 181 Wild Convolvulus and Green Wheat 
/ v 182 Wild Convolvulus and Thistle 
1_i+ 183 Bird's Nest and Cherry Blossom 
"£-/ 184 Wra,D Flowers 
Z, o 185 Rhododendron Bloom 

^ 186 Gloirs de Dijon Roses and Sloeberries 
7 / 187 Marech*al Kiel Roses 
% v 188 Chrysanthemums in Bxue Vase 
£ 1 189 Azaleas 
~L o 190 Azaleas in a Bowl and Mignonette 

^ 191 Dog Roses 
i t \_ 192 Dead Gold-crested Wren 
£ 193 Dog Rose 



1 



194 Dog Rose and Bird's Nest 



I 



T. COLLIER. 
L 195 Near Pen-y-Gwyrd 



T. COLLIER. 
/ J~ 196 The Road Over the Heath 

E. W. COOKE, R.A. 
*Z_ *-f 197 Coast Scene 



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T. S. COOPER, R.A., 18C8. 
o 198 Cows: sunny afternoon 




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T. S. COOPER, R.A. 
Q^o 199 Sheep : coast scene 



T. S. COOPER, R.A., 1837. 
/ (j 200 Geoup of Cows and Sheep 

T. S. COOPER, R.A., 1864. 
y C 201 Sheep in Meadows 

T. S. COOPER, R.A., 1868. 
y. p- 202 Sheep 

T. S. COOPER, R.A., 1860. 
^? 203 In the Meadows, near Canterbury : suimy afternoon 



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T. S. COOPER, R.A., 1861 
a 204 Cattle in a Stream : snnset 



D. COX. 
ty f 205 Steam-boat Leaving Calais Pier 

D. COX. 
<~> ~* 206 Welsh Mountainous Landscape : flock of sheep 

D. COX. 
^~\j 207 Return from Market : sunset 



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D. COX. 

/ ~1 _y~ 208 Landscape, with man on white horse, leading another 



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D. COX. 
2_ ^_ 209 Warwick 

D. COX. 
J 1 210 From this Door of the Eoyal Oak, Bettws 

D. COX. 
y v 211 Cornfield: Bettws 

D. COX. 
£_ 6 212 Welsh Village 

D. COX. 
J y \_ 213 A Lane at Sale, Cheshire 

D. COX, 1844. 
ii l^_ 214 Llanberis 

D. COX. 
jP" 215 A Ruined Castle 

D. COX. 
/ (j 216 Welsh Mountain Road, and Cornfield 

D. COX. 

fa 217 A French Fishing Port 



y I 218 Blenheim Park 



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D. COX. 



D. COX. 

I t7~ & 219 Landscape, with two figures on horseback, castle an 1 church in 
distance 

D. COX. 
/ 3 220 Landscape, with windmill 

D. COX. 

{j o 221 Looking dp the Vale of Maentwuog 

D. COX, 1846. 
/ 222 Landscape, with ruin 

W. W. DEANE. 
^ y 223 The Giralda, Seville 

W. W. DEANE. 
O ° 224 The Archducal Palace and Campanile, Venice 

G. DODGSON. 
U ^ 225 Landscape, with lock, horse towing a barge : evening 



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E. DUNCAN. 
226 Signalling kor a Pilot 



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E. DUNCAN 



JT^. 227 The Storm 



E. DUNCAN. 
*3 V 228 The Wreck 



E. DUNCAN, 1842. 
*7 \ 229 Hay-barge : breezy day 

E. DUNCAN. 
£j -^_ 230 A Bay, near Tenby 

E. DUNCAN. 

"2_ / 231 Landscape, on the lower Thames, sheep feeding in the fore- 
ground 

E. DUNCAN. 
» o 232 Coast Scene : breaking up a \vTeck 

E. DUNCAN. 
*? y 233 Rocky Coast Scene 

E. DUNCAN. 
y I 234 Boats in a Calm 

E. DUNCAN, 1866. 
J— J ■ 235 A Shipwreck 



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COPLEY FIELDING, 1812. 
/ "J S~~ 236 In the Highlands: cattle and herdsman in the foreground 

COPLEY FIELDING, 1838. 
J~?__ 237 Coast Scene, with fishing hoat in rough sea 

COPLEY FIELDING. 
/ "*£_(? 23S A Scotch Loch 

COPLEY FIELDING. 
I U~X) 239 Highland Landscape, with fishermen : golden sunset 

COPLEY FIELDING. 

/L (p 240 Landscape, with distant mountains : cattle on a road in the 
foreground 

COPLEY FIELDING, 1841. 
1 A~^ ' 2 11 Landscape, with cattle on a road in the foreground ; distant hills 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
P' J 242 Landscape, with river — loading barge with hay : evening 

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BIRKET FOSTER. 
\ $ 243 On the River: towards sunset 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
(_, o 244 Landscape, with river : sunset 



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BIRKET FOSTER. 
(i Cj 215 On the Shore : sunset 



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BIRKET FOSTER. 
24G A Rest in the Hatfield 



BIRKET FOSTER. 
7 ~1 247 Bhinkbuhn Fbjory, Northumberland — vignotto 



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BIRKET FOSTER. 
<— y 248 Pfaky and Caub on the Rhine — vignette 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
"p I 24 ( J Vitznau, Lake Lucerne — vignette 

BIRKKT FOSTER. 
~? £ 250 Chichester Canal —vignette 



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BIRKET FOSTER. 
~? (J 251 Old Shoreham Bridge — vignette 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
"3*3 J52 In Venice — vignette 

BIRKET FOSTER. 

3 -J' 253 Isola Bella, Lago Maggioro— vignette 



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V- BIBKET F08TEB. 

c> b 254 Tell s Chapel : Lake of Lucerne — vignette 



BIRKET FOSTEB. 

(_/ u 255 Baoharaou on the Bjunh — vignette 

BIBKET FOSTER. 
~Z g- 256 Beturning Home : ovoning 

BIBKET FOSTEB. 
3 ") 257 In the Woods : autumn 

BIBKET FOSTEB. 
U 2_ 258 Winchester from St. Catherine's ELill — vignotte 

BIBKET FOSTEB. 

r? / 259 Near Arundel — vignette 

BIBKET FOSTEB. 
~3 O 2G0 The Bass Rook 

BIBKET FOSTEB. 
\—(? 261 Unloading a Wherry: sunset 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
<7j 262 Landing Sueei> from a Ferry-boat : evening 

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BIRKET FOSTER. 
£__ 263 Feeding the Ducks 



BIRKET FOSTER. 
^~^. 264 Crossing a Foot Bridge 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
CyL 9 265 York — vignette 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
3 p~ 266 Ehrenbreitstein on the Rsine — vignette 

BIRKET FOSTER. 
V^\i 267 Edelfeldt on the Rhine — vignette 

G. A. FRIPP. 
*}%" 268 The Noonday Rest: haytime 

G. A. FRIPP. 
/ y 269 A Highland Looh, with deer 

G. A. FRIPP. 
p \j 270 In the Highlands 

G. A. FRIPP. 
"^ o 271 A Marsht Landscape : sunset 

G. A. FRIPP. 
j (y 272 A Mountainous Landscape, with stream 



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-^ G. A. FRIPP. 

/"*"} 273 A Mountain Torrent 



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G. A. FEIPP. 

3/ 274 Carting : Harvest-time 



G. A. FRIPP. 
*l_ I, 275 Carting the Hay 



G. A. FRIPP. 
^ £_ 276 Carting Hay at Sonning 

E. A. GOODALL. 

2^4 277 Street to the Citadel: Cairo 



E. A. GOODALL. 
/- *& 278 Venice: towards evening 



E. A. GOODALL. 
f *~) 279 The Pyramids 



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E. A. GOODALL. 

/ 6 280 Street Scene in Cairo 



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F. GOODALL, R.A., 1869. 
281 La Jolie Bretonne 



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F. GOOD ALL, E.A. 

-? r>- 282 Street in Oairo 



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F. QOODALL, B.A. 
283 An Italian Boy, with a child in hia arms 



CARL HAAG, 1873. 
CHj 284 An Arab smoking : Cairo 



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CARL HAAG. 
(7 285 In the Desert : Arabs with camels 



H. G. HINE. 
j~ i_^ 286 Sussex Downs, with sheep 

H. G. HINE. 

3* O 287 Coast Scene, evening : calm sea 

H. G. HINE. 
// 288 On the Kyles of Bute : early morning 

J. HOLLAND, 1838. 
j~U 289 St. Mark's Place : Venice 



J. HOLLAND. 
/ (y O 290 A Canal in Venice 



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E. LUNDGREN 


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291 In the Harem 




E. LUNDGREN 


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292 Lady with Grapes 




S. PROUT. 


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293 Old Buildings on the Rhine 




6. PROUT. 


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294 The Temple of Maes, Ultor, Rome 




S. PROUT. 


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295 At Lucerne 



C. STANFIELD, R.A. 

J— jp 296 Roveredo 

Engraved in Heath's Picturesque Annual, 1832 
From the Broderip Sale, 1872 

C. STANFIELD, R.A. 
3v 297 Mazorbo 

Engraved in Heath's Picturesque Annual, 1832 



C. STANFIELD, R.A 
J Y 298 Fishing. Boats off the Coast 



. C. STANFIELD, R.A. 

b t__ 299 On the Solent 



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F. TAYLER. 
(-/ «D 300 The Hunting Party 



F. TAYLER. 
jj" / 301 The Hunt 

F. TAYLER. 

"3 u 302 A Hawking Party 

F. TAYLER. 
I ^ 303 The Squire 



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F. TAYLER. 



3 1 304 The Death of the Heron 



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F. TAYLER. 
/ p"~ 305 Huntsmen Letting Hounds Through a Fenok 



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F. TAYLER. 
306 Cavalier on Horseback 



F. TAYLER. 
3 f 307 A Hunting Party 

F. W. TOPHAM, 1866. 
V Lx 308 Spanish Lady Offering Flowers at a Shrink 



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T '^ F. W. TOPHAM, 1865. 

O- Sf 309 Spanish Girl Plating a Tambourine 

F. W. TOPHAM. 
S~0 310 A Spanish Letter-writer 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

/ $> V 311 Jerusalem 

Engraved in Sir Walter Scott's Prose Works 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

3 C $~ 312 Mount Mori ah 

Engraved in Findcn's " Illustrations of the Bible " 
From the Wyatt Sale, 1869 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

/ lj 5~ 313 PlACENZA 

Engraved in Sir Waller Scott's " Life of Napoleon " 

P. DE WIKT. 
J — (7 314 A Lanh Scene, Crowhurst 

W. L. WYLLIE, A.R.A. 
I J -y 315 On the Thames: evening 



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P. DE WINT. 
(y 316 A Landscape, with mountain torrent 



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P. DE WINT. 



"3 (~f 317 A Landscape, with stream and bridge 
7 in. by 12 in. 



P. DE WINT. 

,3 818 A Landscape, With oottages 

P. DE WINT. 
I £ 819 A Landscape, with trees 

J. VAELEY. 

f o 820 Genebal Habt's Castle, in the County of Donegal 

J. VAELEY, 1841. 

y cy 821 A Landscape, with ruin : sunset 

J. VARLEY. 
ZJ ^ 322 A Landscape, with river and castle 

H. B. WILLIS. 
(y $T~ 323 A Landscape, with cattle and shallow river 

H. B. WILLIS. 
* — v 824 Cattle Resting 

End of Second Day's Sale. 




Third Day's Sale. 
On TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1892 

AT OHB O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 



DRAWINGS— /rc the Folio. 

J 325 Foet William ; and a River Scene 2 

326 A Continental Street Scene ; &c. 2 

327 Coast Scenes 2 
. . ■ . 328 Views op Venice 2 

! - 329 Landscapes ; and a study of figures ; &c. 4 

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330 Coast Scenes 2 

y>n 331 On the Clyde ; and a landscape 2 

j . 332 Studies of Landscapes 2 

r333 Studies op Figup.es 6 

I 334 Views in Nobwat 3 

* . 335 Views in Norway 2 

336 Coast Scenes 2 

337 Studies op Landscapes 3 

338 The Arch of Titus 

, j.. 339 Coast Scenes 4 



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340 Studies of Landscapes 4 

341 A Fisher-girl ; and two others 3 

342 A Woman Nursing a Child ; an! a girl knitting 2 

343 Studies of Women — a pair 

_//•-. 344 Warwick Castle ; &c. 4 

S. AUSTEN. 
/^ . 345 Calais Tier 

W. BALL. 

346 Bosham 

347 Low Tide, Bosham 

W. BENNETT. 

348 Goring 

349 Trees in Windsor Forest 

350 Savernake Forest ; and New Forkst 2 

351 Melrose Abbet; and Rivaulx Abbey 2 

352 Durham Cathedral ; and St. James's Park 2 

T. BERCHERE. 

353 Camels in the Desert 

G. P. BOYCE. 

354 Cairo 

V. BROMLEY. 

355 The New Costume 



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J. BUEDA. 

356 A Peasant Girl, seated ; an Italian Peasant Boy ; and one 

other 3 

357 A Gipsy Encampment ; and three Alpine Views 4 

358 A Biver Scene, with child and geese ; a Swiss Village ; &c. 4 

359 A Eiver Scene, with cattle ; and three other landscapes 4 

* »•. 360 A Paek Scene, with goats ; and the Chateau de Napoul, near 

Cannes 2 

361 A Waterfall 



W. CALLOW. 

362 A Coast Scene, with cottage and figures 

363 On the Mediterranean : and another 
'O 

H. CAFFIEEI. 

364 Flowers 

J. CHANDALIEE. 

365 Wood-cutters 

CONTINI. 

366 A Landscape ; and two others 



T. S. COOPEE, E.A. 

367 Cattle in Landscapes 

368 A Study 

T. COLLIEE. 

369 Soawfell, Cumberland 

370 Near Eye 



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D. COX. 



371 Studies — sepia 

372 Haddon ; and a Study 

373 A Woody Lani scape 
/ O r IS 

374 A Landscape, with cottage 

- . 375 Bolton Abbey 



F. DAVIS. 

376 A Landscape; and another 



W. W. DEANE. 
377 The Tebeaoe ; and two studies 
, 378 Entrance to the Alhambra 

379 Venice 

S. DELAPINE. 

380 A Landscape ; and four others 



G. DODGSON. 

381 A Eiveb Scene 

382 The Ferry ; and Whitby 2 

383 Landscapes 2 

384 The Terrace: moonlight 
C/ ' 

F. DEESSLEE. 
- 385 Mountain Scene ; and two others 3 



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E. DUNCAN, 1842. 
386 Gilljngham, on the Medway 

H. DUVIEN. 

!_ - 887 Venice — in oils 

E. ELLIS. 
) <*. /£" 388 A Coast Scene, with windmill and figures 
a f 889 Landscape, with mill 

T. VAN ELVEN. 

*i . „" ■ 390 Cadiz 

r 

, *(' 391 A Canal in Venice 

W. EVANS. 
O » ~ 392 Coast Scene 

W. J. FERGUSON. 

393 Neab Streatley ; and Henley 2 

394 Near Pangbourne • and on the Thames 2 






BIRKET FOSTER. 

395 Riverside 



G. A. FRIPP. 

■ 396 Studies of Cliffs 
397 Study ; and another 

E. A. GOODALL. 

/ 

6 • 399 Near Cairo 

. - 400 Cairo 

401 The Rialto, Venice 

402 Near Cairo 



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T. B. HARDY. 

403 Coast Scenes 2 

404 Low Tide 

405 Scheveningin Beaoh j and Holy Island 2 

406 Coast Scenes 2 

407 Caernarvon 

408 Morning on the Maas 

409 On the Lagunes, Venice 

G. L. HALL. 



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410 Scotch Mists 



A. HERBERT. 



411 A River Scene, with figures and boats ; and a Coast Scene, by 
J. Guiand 2 



F. GOODALL.R.A. 

« 412 A Scene in Venice : moonlight ; &c. 

C. HOGUET. 

413 A Windmill, with figures 

W. HUNT. 

414 Hastings Beach 

L. JIMENEZ. 

415 A Cavalier, seated by a statue, reading 

E. LUNDGREN. 

416 Roman Sketches 



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V. HARPIGNIES. 

417 A Wood Scene ; and a landscape, by J. Le Copolin 2 

W. L. LEITCH. 

418 A Eiver Scene, with cows and windmill 

419 Ben More and Ben Lawers 

420 Scotch Loch 

421 A Landscape, with ruined castle ; and another 2 

422 A Coast Scene ; and one other 2 

E. LUNDGREN. 

423 Studies of Figures 2 

424 Eastern Figures 

LUCAS. 

425 A Canal Scene, Venice 

P. MARNY. 

426 Houses ov Parliament ; and Tower of London 2 

W. W. MAY. 

427 A River Scene, with barges 






A. MAUYE. 
428 A Girl with Cow 



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J. MARIS. 



430 Study of a Child 









J. MARIS (After). 

431 A Girl amd Poultry ; &c. 3 

F. P. TEE MEULEN. 

432 Sheep in a Landscape : winter ; and a Frozen River Scene 2 



J. B. MILLET. 

433 Hay-ricks 

434 A Hay-rick ; and a Ploughed Field 



J. MOGFORD. 

435 A Sea-piece; &c. 

J. H. MOLE. 

436 A Landscape ; and a Coast Scene 

W. MULLER. 

437 Hampstead — a study 

438 Studies of Trees at Hampstead 

J. NEEDHAM. 

439 A Landscape : sunset ; and another 

R. P. NOBLE. 

. 440 Chelsea ; and a Study of Trees 



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0. ACHENBACH. 
_441 A Landscape, with rnuletocr and girls at a fountain 

SUTTON PALMER. 

442 View in Wales 
«— - 443 IIarvest in Wales 

A. PEREA. 

444 Interior of a Stable, Toledo 



445 March in the Desert 



A. PAS1NI. 



A. PENLEY. 

{) —> 446 River Scene ; and two others 3 

447 A Lake Scene ; and four others 5 

448 Landboapes 2 



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O. DE PENNE. 

449 Hunting : winter 

PHLIPPEAU. 

450 A Garden Scene, with women and children ; and an Interior, 

with a lady reading 2 

PONS. 



451 A Landscape, with ruins ; &c 



F. POWELL. 

/O * 452 Boats of Greenock ; aud at Dunoon 2 

453 In Skye ; and another 2 

f ~- 454 Loch Fynk 



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R. T. PRITCHETT. 

455 SCHEVENINGEN 
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456 Soheveningen ; and two others 3 

457 Soheveningen ; and a Coast Scene, with figures and boats 2 

458 A Canal in a Dutch Town, with boats ; and one other 2 

459 Pietro Nella's House ; and Soheveningen 2 



J. PRICK 
460 Interior of a Church ; and a Landscape, with cottage 2 



W. PURSER. 
461 Bridge of Sighs, Venice \ and anothc r 



T. M. RICHARDSON. 
462 Early Morning on the Ttne 



463 Highland Landscape; and Italian View 

464 Como 



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T. S. ROBINS. 

465 Near Portsmouth 

T. L. ROWBOTHAM. 

466 River Scene ; and another 



O. SAUNIER. 

467 River Scene : moonlight 

468 A River Scene, with fisherman 



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T. EUMPF. 

li. — 469 Secrets 

A. S1M0NETTI. 
471 An Italian Woman 



3 

470 Trying His Blade 



F. J. SKILL. 
- 472 Thk Look-out; &c. 2 

// .473 Gathering Sea-weed; &c. 2 

J. STEEPLE. 
/ 474 A Coast Scene 

475 Arundel 
\. — ,/£) 476 A Coast Scene; and Hastings 2 

•*- /£- -. 477 Tantallon Castle, near Berwick 

478 On the Llugwy, Capel-Curig 

479 The Torrent at Pont-y-Ciffin 
L ^ f- —480 Snowdon 

f*- -.481 A Shower: the Valley of the Llugwy 
. 482 A Bend in the Eiver, near Capel-Curig 

E. STUBBS. 
*— 483 A Coast Scene, with stranded brig 



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J. SYEE. 
484 A Landscape 



F. J. SKILL. 

485 Venice ; and two other drawings 



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F. TAYLER. 

486 Hunting ; and a Gillie 2 

487 Hawking 

- 488 Return from Shooting 

R. TOOVEY. 

489 Dover ; and two others 3 

F. G. VIBERT. 

490 Spanish Figures 2 
» _ 491 Studies of Landscapes 2 

C. VOILLEMOT. 
492 Head of a Girl 



H. H. V. 

494 Interiors, with figures — a pair ; &c. 



G. S. WALTERS. 
495 A River Scene 

J. D. WATSON. 
"— 496 A Landscape; &c. 2 

497 A Maid of Honour ; and another 2 



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_ 

498 A River Scene ; and Coast Scene 
£~ *■" 499 Sunset 



500 A Seapiece 



S. WHITEFORD. 

501 Flowers in a Vase 

502 Bird's Nest and Flowers 



H. B. WILLIS. 

503 A Landscape, with cattle 

504 Studies ; &c. 6 

E. M. WIMPERIS. 

505 Marlow ; and Temple Lock 2 

506 Gathering Rushes ; and On the Thames 2 

507 Coast Scenes 2 

508 A Landscape, with church ; and Arundel Lake 2 



T. WEBER. 
/ V * 509 A Landscape, with faggot-gatherers; and one other drawing 2 



G. S. WALTERS. 

510 A Mountain Torrent 

P. DE WINT. 

511 A Landsoapk 

.v- 512 A Landscape, with cnstlo 

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513 A Sketch 




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514 A River Scene 


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515 A Landscape 


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516 A River Scene 






W. L. WYLLIE. 

517 Fishing Smacks ; and a coast soene 

E. ZERBONI. 

518 A Wood Scene, with a woman on a road 



519 An Album, containing 56 drawings by E. H. Johnson, 

E. Lundgren, F. Tayler, Sir J. W. Linton, F. Fripp, &c. 

520 An Album, containing 36 drawings by Birket Foster, F. Tayler, 

J. Israels, G. Fripp, Sir J. E. Millais, R.A., J. Powell, 
Madrazo, &c. 

521 An Album, containing 74 drawings by E. Lundgren, Burda, 

Agrasot, E. M. Wimperis, T. B. Hardy, &c. 

622 An Album, containing 39 drawings by F. Tayler, Birket Forster, 
E. Lundgren, W. L. Leitch, Copley Fielding, G. Fripp, T. 
Collier, E. A. Goodall, C. Green, &c 

» 523 A Folio, containing 41 sketches in sepia by J. Varley 



London : Printed by Wm. Clowes & Sons, Limited, Stamford Street and 
Charing Cross. 



Objects of Art and old French Decorative, Furniture, lately the 

Property of Messrs. Murrieta, removed from No. 4, Carlton 

House Terrace. 

MESSES. CHRISTIE, MANSON and WOODS respectfully give 
notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their GREAT 
ROOMS, 8 King Street, St. James's Square, on WEDNESDAY, May 11, 
and Following Day, at one o'clock precisely, witbout reserve, 

A valuable COLLECTION of OBJECTS of AET and old French Decorative 
Furniture, lately the property of Messrs. Murrieta, and removed from No. 4, 
Carlton House Terrace, comprising marqueterie and parqueterie cabinets, 
commodes, and tables, carved and gilt pier-tables and pier-glasses, Louis XV. 
suites of fauteuils in carved and gilt frames, and sofas covered with old Beauvais 
tapestry ; curtains of rich Genoa velvet, and furniture covered with the same 
material ; or-molu clocks and candelabra candlesticks and wall-lights of the 
time of Louis XIV., XV., and XVI. ; French bronzes, old Nankin and enamelled 
Chinese porcelain, old Japanjporcelain, Chinese and Japanese Cloissonne enamels, 
Japan lacquer, Persian and Ehodian ware, old English and European porcelain 
and faience, Oriental carpets and fabrics, fine panels of old Gobelins tapestry, 
and a pair of panels of old Brussels tapestry, marble statues, Cippolino marble 
vases, and columns, &c. 






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